Two changes were made on 12 July 2013 to the key facts and commentary sections of this release. See the correction for details.
In the December 2012 quarter, for all employed people:
- 85 percent were either 'satisfied' or 'very satisfied' in their main job
- 8 percent were 'dissatisfied' or 'very dissatisfied' with their work-life balance
- 18 percent had 'always' or 'often' felt stressed at work in the previous 12 months
- 10 percent had experienced discrimination, harassment, or bullying at work in the previous 12 months.
And for all employees:
- 36 percent who had started their main job in the previous 12 months had started on a 90-day trial
- 10 percent were temporary workers
- 27 percent were members of a union
- 17 percent of permanent employees thought the chance of losing their job in the next 12 months was 'medium', 'high', or 'almost certain'.
Acting Government Statistician
|26 June 2013